The Rajbagh Talao is a vital wellspring of sustenance and water for huge numbers of the herbivorous occupants of Ranthambore. The significant attractions of the place is the creatures that appear to dependably rush to its waters and furthermore observe the extensive populace of creatures and winged creatures encouraging in it. The lake is somewhat secured with boggy plants. Sambar, Chital, Nilgai and Blackbuck are seen drinking nearby, peacocks, and wild hog. Tigers are regularly observed stalking the deer that come to drink and sustain in the Rajbagh Talao.
The Rajbagh ruins situated along the banks of the lake add to its fascinating climate. The remnants of these structures comprise of separated rooms and toilets with curves, incompletely standing dividers and arches. The great tigers of Ranthambore can be seen unwinding in the shade of these structures in Ranthambore National Park.